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Published on August 29th, 2011 | by Alex


>Featured YouTubes of the Day

>We. Are. Back! To thank you for all the patience you’ve shown over the last week we’ve decided to featured everything sent in, because we love you. If this crashes the site, remember, it’s because we care. And the Internet is crashable. And it’s probably not my fault. Most important thing to remember here is that it’s not my fault.

ClaudiusMagnus with an excellent multi-class TF2 Frag Movie:

Cheddarchezz commentating over his internet…literally:

SafrixGamer pushing through low TF2 fps for the love of PC Gaming:

Geirbiscohn dropping a hilarious live commentary over some MW2:

Welshy doing a 200 subscriber Thank You video:

Nayrozo (formerly ItsRyan94) starting off his new channel with a Rust Gun Game:

A very fun L4D2 Frag Movie from WASDGamers:

D4mit has his girlfriend commentating over some of her TF2 gameplay:

Airfire21 bringing out some live LoL with his friend:

TheLadsBasically starting off a New Vegas Lets Play with a Boromir bang!

Bazza1369 and his Portal 2 video playthrough of the solo campaign:

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2 Responses to >Featured YouTubes of the Day

  1. Mikan says:

    >Welshy! :D

  2. drakeii44 says:

    >How does the choosing process for featured youtubes work?



Title: Absentee Staff Member About: Alex is a proud Rhodes Scholar currently living in his vehicle, a 1993 Toyota Camry, so that he may be closer to the rhode. As an avid cinemagoer, often he will go for six or seven hours at a time playing air hockey with unattended minors in the arcade without ever actually seeing a film, before returning home to his Camry. On weekends he dresses himself up as a Little Sister from his favourite video game BioShock before attending Bear and Twink Conventions in search of his Big Daddy. Currently runs the KBMOD YouTube Channel.

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